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Time Magazine Edits Out Clinton Saying 'For Him' in Obama's Bin Laden Ad

It's become a huge source of contention that in the Obama campaign ad featuring the current White House resident shamelessly congratulating himself for killing Osama bin Laden, former President Clinton says that if SEALs had been captured or killed during the raid, "The downside would have been horrible for him." Time magazine published an article last week by former Newsweek editor Jon Meacham wherein the words "for him" were mysteriously edited out (video of ad in question also follows with transcript and commentary): I take what President Clinton says in the ad seriously: “Look, he knew what would happen,” Clinton says of Obama.
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